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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

By Manoj Kumawat

Honda Globally Unveils Jazz 2017 Ahead of Frankfurt Motor Show

Japanese car maker Honda Motors has globally unveiled the generation next Jazz hatchback ahead of its official debut at Frankfurt Motor Show slatted to be held from September 14, 2017. In its new avatar the Jazz receives the contemporary design philosophy adopted by the company in its new vehicles comprising of ‘Solid Wing Face’ headlight signature and grille. The front fascia adorns aggressive bumper with sharply designed air vents. At the rear front it receives gloss black trim strip placed over trapezoid lower section. The other update offered at the exterior portion includes availability of metallic skyride blue color option.
2017 Honda Jazz Front View
Under the hood it will be offered with two engine options comprising of 1.5 litre, 130 PS i-VTEC petrol engine that would be offered for the first time in European car market. This engine will however be offered in Sport and Dynamic trims, the other variants will be offered with existing 1.3 litre, 102 PS petrol engine. The new 130 PS engine has been developed to comply with Euro 6 emission standards and is endorsed to deliver the fuel efficient performance of 22.2 kmpl.
2017 Honda Jazz Interior
Talking about the other features offered in new Jazz includes thin front splitter below the lower grille, a triple strake diffuser at the rear bumper. Moving ahead list of other features include LED headlights, side sill skirts, front fog lamps, tailgate spoiler, glossy black alloy wheels. On the interior front it receives pinstripe styled upholstery, leather covered steering wheel and gear knob, the beauty of which is further increased by orange stitching. These features are although offered in dynamic trim.
2017 Honda Jazz Rear Side View
Moving towards the standard variants the list of features include automatic headlights, cruise control, seven inch Honda connect infotainment system, keyless entry and start, rear view parking camera, lane departure warning, forward collision warning and traffic sign recognition.

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